If you ever need to fix the wiring in the hood of the VPM2, then follow these instructions . . .
Sintering Furnaces have either Silicon Carbide or Molybdenum Disilicide heating elements. Why use one over the other? Find out before you choose!
Whether you are in a clinical setting doing crystallization, glazing and contact additions or in the lab doing full-fledged stain and glaze, pressing or building and firing ceramics, you need an accurate and dependable furnace.
The Pro Series long history has proven the machines’ capabilities.
Lost wax casting technology is almost a lost topic in Dental Technology these days., but the need for this analog technology, all be it small, will continue for many years to come, so the position of the beloved burnout furnace is still solid.
See why Erie Grabowski of Popp Dental Lab in Racine, Wisconsin loves the ProPress SP Furnace.
There are lots of furnaces for sintering zirconia materials. After careful consideration, I chose one that is perfect for my laboratory’s workflow.
Considering a new sintering furnace? Learn what makes the SinterPro stand out from the rest and why you should considering buying one for your dental lab.
The PRO 100 Series Porcelain Furnace has been a staple in dentals for years, but nothing lasts forever. Be prepared for when the time come to replace it.
Don’t believe the myth. Just like conventional ceramics can be fired in any porcelain oven, so can pressable materials and here’s why.
Furnace calibration is an often misunderstood & undervalued part of quality assurance. Learn how the ProCal can become an invaluable tool.